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Ferrari Roma Spider Revealed Convertible in its lineup
The supercar replaces the Portofino M as the entry-level droptop for the manufacturer and features a soft-top roof once again.
Liberty Walk’s widebody Ferrari F40
This is Liberty Walk's version of the Ferrari F40, an aggressive widebody merchant of stance.
The Ferrari Monza SP2 has been altered by Mansory
Whatever your opinion of Mansory, you couldn't say the German tuner lacked bravery.
Ferrari F8 Tributo with 838bhp
680 lb ft of torque and 838 horsepower. Significant gains above the 710bhp/568lb ft of the "basic" F8.
Ferrari SP48 Unica
Flavio Manzoni has done it once more. The legendary Ferrari design leader has led his team to create a one-of-a-kind F8 Tributo for a one-of-a-kind customer.
Ferrari 296 gt3 racecar with V-6 engine to debut in 2023
Ferrari has given us a sneak peek at a race car based on the 296 GTB that is currently in development and is shaping up to be a beauty.
Kahn Design is back with a custom-built Ferrari gtc4 lusso coach
Kahn Design of the United Kingdom took on the task of upgrading the aesthetics of the Ferrari GTC4 Lusso and succeeded spectacularly.
Could this be the first Ferrari 296 GTB that has been modified ?
Ferrari's hybrid V6 supercar is in the hands of a German tuner. 888bhp is generated...
Novitec’s Ferrari Roma
We're amazed it's taken Novitec this long to produce its own version of the Roma, given that it employs Ferrari's ubiquitous 3.9-litre twin turbo V8.
Novitec's Ferrari 812 GTS
“This is an unparalleled assault on the senses to drive, especially after you've set the manettino switch to ‘Race' or ‘CT off' and started wringing out this engine like the grim reaper is truly after it.”
Novitec's version of the Ferrari F8 Tributo boasts 807 horsepower
This is a road legal Ferrari 575 GTC
Perhaps a quick bit of background. In the early 2000s Prodrive was having an impressive run of results.
Novitec’s Ferrari F8 looks… actually quite good
Modified F8 has almost 800bhp. Yikes... Novitec is a rarity among German tuning companies. Many won’t even contemplate turning up a supercar’s turbos and fitting a shouty exhaust without also equipping it with an over-the-top carbon-fibre bodykit. Novitec will do that if you want, of course, but it tends to take a more subtle approach.